Interior Design involves the creation of imaginative and stimulating environments in specific places - often within existing buildings, the revitalisation, reuse and re-imagining of the latter requires a sensitivity to the particular qualities of a site, along with an understanding of the needs of the people who will populate the eventual construction. In proposing fresh ways people might use a building, a skilled interior designer is able to creatively embrace the constraints of brief and context, engaging in a dialogue between existing architectural form, and contemporary approaches to the organisation, detailing, and decoration of a space.
4 Highers at ABBB (first sitting) or AABB (two sittings) plus National 5 English. A portfolio of your work is required to be submitted and you must attend for interview.
School of Design